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RE: pix quick help [7:49450] posted 07/27/2002
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the other reason that i have read is that pdm location
tells the pix about the reference of the location with
respect to the interface..... any one know the reason
or can summarise about this pdm location command ?

--- "Mark W. Odette II" 
> I believe the answer is yes.
> The HTTP command specifies what node is allowed to
> hit the HTTP Server,
> while the PDM command defines the host allowed to
> log into the PDM App.
> I'm sure someone will rightly correct me if I'm
> wrong. :)
> -Mark
> -----Original Message-----
> From: John Green [mailto:john_g11@xxxxxxxxx] 
> Sent: Tuesday, July 23, 2002 11:35 AM
> To: cisco@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Subject: pix quick help [7:49450]
> to allow a workstation access so as to be able to
> use
> and configure via the PDM, we give the command
> http server enable
> http inside
> what is the purpose for the command 
> pdm location inside
> do we need both the commands to allow the
> workstation
> be able to access PDM GUI ??
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